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Project Cargo Network names Conveyor Logistics in Bangladesh

May 11 - Dhaka-based Conveyor Logistics is the latest recruit to the fast growing Project Cargo Network, its first member in Bangladesh.

Established in 1998, Conveyor Logistics has branch offices in Chittagong, Khulna and Benapole and numbers several blue-chip clients Tullow Oil plcWestern GecoFugro Survey (Middle-East), Total E&P and TSK Grupoas clients. 

The company's CEO, Kabir Ahmed, said: "Our customers have high expectations. Precise planning and careful implementation are the keys for delivery on schedule. Handling of heavy lift cargoes, super-sized pieces, turnkey projects, power station equipment, and gas processing equipment, requires special transport feasibility studies which our customers demand. 

Conveyor Logistics is affiliated to BAFFA, FIATACAPCCI & IBCCI and has a strong presence in the power and energy sectors of Bangladesh. For more information about the company visit: www.conveyor.com.bd

PCN says it now has 80 member companies in 47 countries.

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